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Madeleine Teahan

Madeleine Teahan is Associate Editor at the Catholic Herald and chairs the Catholic Herald Podcast Debates. Her special interests include euthanasia and assisted suicide. She is on Twitter as @MadeleineTeahan

Ealing Abbey to hand over control of school

The cloister at St Benedict's School, Ealing

Benedictines will no longer run school in west London following allegations of clerical sex abuse said to have occurred over 20 years

England to welcome the heart of Curé d’Ars

A Knights of Columbus honour guard processes with a reliquary containing the incorrupt heart of St John Vianney (Photo: CNS)

The heart of the patron saint of priests, St John Vianney, will be venerated in the Diocese of Shrewsbury next summer

Atheist philosopher AC Grayling turns down Assisi invitation

A C Grayling accepted the invitation from the Vatican thinking he would have a discussion with the Pope (Photo: PA)

Professor withdrew from interreligious gathering after realising he was being asked to ‘accompany the Pope on a pilgrimage’

Let dispensed priests play active parish role, Vatican urges bishops

Cardinal Ivan Dias: says dispensed priests should be able to play a greater role in parish life (Photo: PA)

Priests who leave their ministry to marry could continue to teach theology and administer the Eucharist, says Vatican cardinal

World Youth Day was a success but, my goodness, it was badly organised

A pilgrim tries to escape the baking heat as he waits for the Pope at Cuatro Vientos airfield (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)

The papal events at Cuatro Vientos airfield were dangerously chaotic

WYD 2011: The street party pauses for the Way of the Cross

Pope Benedict XVI leaves in his popemobile at the conclusion of the Way of the Cross (CNS photo/Paul Haring)

Pilgrims were in reflective mood at last night’s extraordinary Via Crucis

WYD 2011: Benedict XVI in Spain: ‘a meek man of mighty action’

WYD 2011: Benedict XVI in Spain: ‘a meek man of mighty action’

Madeleine Teahan describes her experience of Pope Benedict XVI’s first day in Spain

WYD 2011: Madrid will never forget these scenes of devotion

Pilgrims fill Madrid's Plaza de Cibeles for the opening Mass of World Youth Day (CNS photo/Paul Haring)

Catholics young and old dance in the streets ahead of the Pope’s arrival

Over 3,000 British pilgrims set off for Madrid

Young people from the dioceses of Plymouth and Clifton catch a plane to Madrid (Photo: Marcin Mazur)

Pilgrims from the Diocese of East Anglia are to visit three shrines in three days on their way to World Youth Day

British champion: faith matters more than boxing

Tyson Fury celebrates a victory in 2008 with his promoter, Mick Hennessy (Nick Potts/PA Wire)

Tyson Fury, new British and Commonwealth heavyweight champion, says he would rather be knocked out than go to hell